Amora Dijon mustard can be found in most French kitchens, for a good reason. This French staple is just what you need to make a perfect vinaigrette.
Amora mustards have been produced since the 1930's. Today Amora is the French condiment leader.
Ingredients: water, mustard seeds, vinegar, salt, citric acid, preservative
Posted by Lizzy on 22nd Dec 2016
This is the very best Dijon mustard - period! And for an American, this is the very best place to purchase it!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Oct 2016
a basic in my pantry
Posted by Kim Shuler on 20th Sep 2016
I lived in France for four years and tried just about every Dijon mustard out there. Each brand has their own distinct "personality". The Amora brand is a favorite of mine because it packs a little heat, and is perfect when there is a some mayonnaise involved (sandwich) or olive oil (vinaigrette). I also appreciate the spice/heat when I serve it with pate and cornichons.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jan 2016
Amora Dijon Mustard speaks for itself. It's delicious in salad dressings (one of my favorite places to use it) as well as on sandwiches, in potato salad, on bratwurst sausages and well, you name it.
Posted by Elizabeth on 6th Jan 2016
I absolutely love this mustard and must always have some in my fridge - both at home and at work.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2015
Ten years older than I am, this condiment has been "my must have" where ever I was in the world. It is reminiscent of the smell of a French kitchen...Nostalgia!
Posted by Unknown on 9th Dec 2015
Wonderful for vinaigrettes and good on everything
Posted by Jana Jill Snyder on 29th Sep 2015
A neighbor gave us a jar 4 years ago and we have been using only this mustard since then. It is worth having it shipped here to Montana!!
Posted by Janine on 12th Aug 2015
I gave it only 4 stars because it is not as strong as it used to be. It says "Fine et Forte" but years ago this mustard was a lot more "Forte".
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jun 2015
For anyone who grew up in France or a French area of Europe (I grew up in Geneva), this is the the one mustard that defines French flavor.
You can buy lots of other French mustards in American stores but none of them come even close to the intensity and depth of flavor of Amora. In France, this is the standard mustard used by everyone, but it's much better than so-called gourmet mustards costing much more.
Posted by Jana Jill Snyder on 7th May 2015
Our neighbor, here in Montana, introduced us to this mustard a few years ago and it is our favorite!!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Dec 2014
I know there are all kinds of fabulous dijon mustards out there, but for me, Amora is the best. Just the right amount of spiciness, it makes the perfect vinaigrette. Delicious!
Posted by Ellen on 10th Apr 2014
I am a mustard junky .. my fridge is full of it of various types. I always bring Amora back from Paris, but when it runs out, I have to go back to buy more :-). I love the slightly hot taste, like horseradish, and it adds so much to a plain sandwich or a vinaigrette dressing.
Posted by Amora Addict on 4th Mar 2014
I'm lost without my Amora. It brings a great flavor to my Lemon/olive oil dressing, to the mayo with cold cuts sandwiches, and to meat in general, including pot-au-feu, cold left over of pork fillet etc
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2014
I am so pleased to find this mustard in the US. It has been my favorite for salad dressings. Every French cook has a jar of this in their kitchen. Vive la France!